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在りし日の記憶
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MQ-MX-XQ's avatar
Fucking terrorists!
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Enjiel|Hobbyist Writer
I think sincerly this picture is one of best hommage about Sept.11 I see. Like Semtioc wrote previously: "We lost our innocence that day." This day was the first day of Year Zero of actual century make with Fear and Terror, but Peace and Unity. After tears and mourning, Love and Solidarity rise. After Darkness and Nightmares, Light and Dreams are come. After falling, we rise up stronger. We live for Peace while they die for War. World is for everybody not only for anybody. Don't give up.

"The hate of men will pass, and dictators die, and the power they took from the people will return to the people." Charlie Chaplin, The Great Dictator, Final Speech.
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Semtioc|Student General Artist
We lost our innocence that day.
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mrm64|Hobbyist Traditional Artist
My God..this is stunning. Nothing flashy at all, straight to the point. This world sometimes..
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Datat-SushiEdited |Student General Artist
I saw it happen, in person...
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Profanity00's avatar
I'm from New York. ありがとう :-(
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baka00punk|Student General Artist
this is a beautiful picture... you draw structures so well. its a great reminder, just looking at this makes my stomach turn upside down
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This is beautiful. 
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LadyxWinter|Hobbyist General Artist
It's a pity that you can hardly read  journals, etc. about the tragedy.It came slowly into oblivion.
I was there at that time, with direct routes to the twin towers
to visit my second cousin.
A victim of many....

This is a simple but beautiful image
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Lightningstrike104's avatar
I was four and I saw it from my kitchen window. I saw hundreds of people die right in front of my eyes and I didn't know....
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ジェスチャーしていただきありがとうございます。
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Hank88|Hobbyist Traditional Artist
This brings me memories when I was watching the news that day... horrible news... I was in high school at that time...

Wonderful art, Seo-san~
But no american child dresses as adorable as that girl ;w;
She looks like a doll~


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Indeed, I was in middle school at the time x_x!

Well, depends on where you live x'D. No less, she does indeed look like a doll. THen again, the japanese art trend as of late tends to.....


Good day to all. #WeDidIt.
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I didn't know what was happening at the time.  I was in Elementary school.
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SupermanLovesAspen|Hobbyist Traditional Artist
They should have rebuilt the towers just as they were.
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Yes, lets NOT add innovation and new ideas to the new buildings they're constructing o.o! Why would they stay the same tho :o?
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SupermanLovesAspen|Hobbyist Traditional Artist
If they'd destroyed the Statue of Liberty, would you want it to be rebuilt differently?
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That was a gift from the French, its irreplacable. Although, we DID ALTER IT. Origianlly it was a black woman showing we abolished slavery (of that form). However, WE designed the WTC. WE can change it if we wish :/.

Also if it was rebuilt differently, it would be to reflect the times, just as the altered version did. However, if we had the original up there and it got destroyed, then well, you'd have to the French want it to be rebuilt differntly.
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